Zhonghua sport coupe

Discussion in 'Asian Forums' started by F50Fanatic, Nov 19, 2006.

  1. Zhonghua coupe revealed

    It is going to be powered by a turbocharged 1.8 liter engine. The project's name is M3, I think they are going to give it a diffrent name when it goes on sale. If I remembered correctly, the Zhonghua Junjie sedan's initial name was M2.
  2. Love the rear lights, hate everything else.
  3. Hate to say it, but I actually really like this thing.
  4. I admit, may this be Chinas first own no ripoff design that is actually not bad for a country that just started making cars? Maybe :-O
  5. the proportions are screwed. i'm seeing elements of fiat coupe, SLK, proton all at the same time. any one has the performance figures?
  6. Like it. LOVE the wheels. +1 to Zhonghua
  7. I think it's Ironic that this looks ten times better than the Sebring
  8. 404 Irony Not Found

  9. no, it just reminded me of the new sebring, the lights and all,
    just wait till the sebring coupe debuts, you'll see the irony
  10. why u gotta problem with asians or something
  11. i'm surprised... I like it somewhat!

    IT'S ALL A CONSPIRACY! they've been doing these copycat designs so that when they come up with stuff on their own it looks 100 times better by comparison! genius!
  12. Uh, the car's Chinese?
  13. Much better then their earlier stuff,
  14. ferrari CSL wheels?
  15. yes, those famous ferrari CSL models... <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/disappointed.gif"></A>
  16. china is in asia...
  17. That looks quite good.
  18. Not bad for a Chinese car.
  19. the rear lights are sweet
  20. just started?

    I'm pretty sure they've been making cars for years and we're only just hearing about them.
  21. I think he might mean in comparison to say, Japan, USA, Germany, England etc. etc... they wouldn't have been making cars for such a long time.
  22. Anyway, I like it, it looks good.
  23. they recently started 50 years ago
  24. Still, I'm pretty sure I've seen pics of Chinese cars from the 50s/60s. Thats at least making them as old as Holden (1948).
    But anyways...

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